Friday, November 3, 2023
High-dose precision radionuclide therapy (PRnT) by direct interstitial injection: optimizing therapeutic ratios for safe and effective delivery of high-dose radionuclide therapy in treating solid tumors
Friday, October 6, 2023
Analyzing dose parameters of radiation therapy treatment planning and estimation of their influence on secondary cancer risks
The Georgian Health Physics Association (GHPA) hosted an online technical meeting on October 6, 2023, featuring Maia Topeshashvili, MS, Chief Medical Physicist from the Radiation Oncology Department at Todua Clinic.
The meeting focused on the vital topic of estimating secondary cancer risk following breast cancer radiotherapy, employing organ equivalent dose (OED) concepts. Maia Topeshashvili's presentation provided crucial insights into this subject, with detailed findings from a study involving multiple breast cancer patients.
For comprehensive details on the study's results and implications, please refer to the abstract and the full presentation YouTube recording below.
|Maia Topeshashvili, Medical Physicist from Todua Clinic presenting to GHPA|
Friday, September 29, 2023
|Participants of the GHPA Technical Meeting on September 29, 2023|
Friday, August 14, 2015
|Lia Chelidze (left) and Barbara Hamrick (right)|
by George Tabatadze 08-11-2015 for "HP news"
In January 2015, the HPS International Collaboration Committee (ICC) held the phone conference during which ICC members discussed the upcoming HPS 60th annual meeting activities, including plans for the ICC special session. It was particularly challenging to compile a list of international speakers. I immediately saw an opportunity for Dr. Chelidze, president-elect of the Georgian Health Physics Association (GHPA), to speak about current issues with radiation safety in Georgia.
Thursday, January 16, 2014
|HPS president Barbara Hamrick (left) and |
GHPA vice president Lia Chelidze